Street of Memory
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A production in Trucolor about Olvera Street and the old Mexican quarter in Los Angeles, California
- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
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Subject: It's still there all right.
Sonoratown was an adjacent Latino neighborhood which still had a number of historic adobe houses as the narrator described. This fact may have lent a facet of greater authenticity at the time. Now however, Sonoratown is long gone, the victim of L.A.'s peculiar brand of urban renewal, which usually involves replacing low-income housing with, not much at all--that is empty plazas and pointless parks where nobody goes anyway.
ETA: La Golondrina has long since graduated from iced tea to margaritas. And they are margaritas full of strength and character that will make you sit up and take notice, as they are the best you will ever have this side of beach shack cantina on some secluded Mexican beach.
Subject: THEY'RE NOT NAZIS!!!!!
So swastika doesn't mean Nazi, especially preWW2.
Subject: Nazi Mexicans??
As the reviewer below me has said, not too sure why one of the houses has a nazi symbol on it.
Subject: Mexican Nazis?
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